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how to pivot dataset

Posted on 2014-02-21
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hello,

I have a dataset that looks this way:

current output
I want to be able to display the results this way:

desire output
my output select is:

	SELECT DISTINCT
		[ItemNumber]
	,	[ItemDescription]
	,	[ItemFamilyGroupCode]
	,	[ItemFamilyTypeCode]
	,	[ItemCategoryCode]
	,	[ItemSweetenerGroupCode]
	,	[ItemQuantity]
	,	[SellingPrice]
	,	[MaterialCost]
	,	[LaborCost]
	,	[VariableOverHeadCost]
	,	[ShippingCost]
	,	[OtherCost]
	,	[TotalVariableCost]
	,	[SellingPrice] 
		- [TotalVariableCost] AS [VariableMargin]
	,	[FixedOverHeadCost]
	,	[SGACost]
	,	[TotalVariableCost] 
		+ [FixedOverHeadCost] 
		+ [SGACost] AS [TotalCost]
	,	[NetMargin] = 
					CASE [SellingPrice]
						WHEN 0 THEN 0
						ELSE ([SellingPrice] - [TotalCost]) / [SellingPrice]
					END
	,	[PostingDate]					
	FROM 
		@VariousMarginsTable 
	ORDER BY 
		ItemNumber ASC
	,	PostingDate DESC

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how can i obtain the desire out put that is the pivoted output?

any help would be great.

thank a lot!
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Question by:metropia
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chaau earned 500 total points
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I do not think you need to PIVOT the data. It looks like that you are trying to UNION different groups of data. I think a simple query as this will achieve what you are after:
;with FGC AS
(
SELECT CASE WHEN GROUPING([ItemFamilyGroupCode])=1 THEN 12 ELSE 11 END AS orderColumn,
CASE WHEN GROUPING([ItemFamilyGroupCode])=1 THEN 'Total' ELSE [ItemFamilyGroupCode] END AS GroupType, 
SUM([ItemQuantity]) AS Quantity
FROM VariousMarginsTable
GROUP BY [ItemFamilyGroupCode] WITH ROLLUP
),
 FTC AS
(
SELECT CASE WHEN GROUPING([ItemFamilyTypeCode])=1 THEN 22 ELSE 21 END AS orderColumn,
CASE WHEN GROUPING([ItemFamilyTypeCode])=1 THEN 'Total' ELSE [ItemFamilyTypeCode] END AS GroupType, 
SUM([ItemQuantity]) AS Quantity
FROM VariousMarginsTable
GROUP BY [ItemFamilyTypeCode] WITH ROLLUP
),
 CC AS
(
SELECT CASE WHEN GROUPING([ItemCategoryCode])=1 THEN 32 ELSE 31 END AS orderColumn,
CASE WHEN GROUPING([ItemCategoryCode])=1 THEN 'Total' ELSE [ItemCategoryCode] END AS GroupType, 
SUM([ItemQuantity]) AS Quantity
FROM VariousMarginsTable
GROUP BY [ItemCategoryCode] WITH ROLLUP
),
 SGC AS
(
SELECT CASE WHEN GROUPING([ItemSweetenerGroupCode])=1 THEN 42 ELSE 41 END AS orderColumn,
CASE WHEN GROUPING([ItemSweetenerGroupCode])=1 THEN 'Total' ELSE [ItemSweetenerGroupCode] END AS GroupType, 
SUM([ItemQuantity]) AS Quantity
FROM VariousMarginsTable
GROUP BY [ItemSweetenerGroupCode] WITH ROLLUP
)
SELECT GroupType, Quantity 
FROM 
(
SELECT 10 as orderColumn,
'Family Group' AS GroupType,
'Quantity' AS Quantity
  UNION ALL
SELECT 20 as orderColumn,
'Family Type' AS GroupType,
'Quantity' AS Quantity
  UNION ALL
SELECT 30 as orderColumn,
'Item Category Code' AS GroupType,
'Quantity' AS Quantity
  UNION ALL
SELECT 40 as orderColumn,
'Sweetener Type' AS GroupType,
'Quantity' AS Quantity
  UNION ALL
SELECT  orderColumn, GroupType, CONVERT(VARCHAR(MAX), Quantity) AS Quantity FROM FGC
  UNION ALL
SELECT  orderColumn, GroupType, CONVERT(VARCHAR(MAX), Quantity) AS Quantity  FROM FTC
  UNION ALL
SELECT  orderColumn, GroupType, CONVERT(VARCHAR(MAX), Quantity) AS Quantity  FROM CC
  UNION ALL
SELECT  orderColumn, GroupType, CONVERT(VARCHAR(MAX), Quantity) AS Quantity  FROM SGC
) AS a ORDER BY orderColumn

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by:metropia
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Thank you! and sorry for the delay i was pulled to a different task and only now was able to try your solution. it helped me a lot to figure out what I needed to do.
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